Motto: "Everybody has a reason sometimes not to tell the truth". Each of the protagonists of the thirteen episodes of the Innocent Lies series has personal reasons not to tell the truth. ...
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Nowadays an almost legendary Czech TV series very successfully mixing two worlds: the world of ours and the world of fairy tales. Princess Arabela, the daughter of the Fairy King escapes ... See full summary »
When the famous detective Nick Carter visits Prague, he becomes involved in strange case of a missing dog and even stranger carnivorous plant. He becomes convinced that he is standing ... See full summary »
Alois Novák (Oldrich Nový), a minor clerk in a travel agency and the husband of a dowdy housewife Marenka (Natasa Gollová), lives a run-of-the-mill, dull life. In his soul, however, there ... See full summary »
Robert works for a travel agency and helps to arrange scenes from the everyday lives of "ordinary" Czech families as an attraction for Japanese tourists. He also works as a kind of ... See full summary »
Jan is a decent, boring man, living a decent, boring life as a rocket designer. When his adventurous twin brother dies in a breakfast accident, Jan decides to impersonate him, unwittingly becoming a part of a Nazi time travel conspiracy.
Two criminal gangs are ruthlessly fighting for a 1-million dollar check that, purely by chance, got into the flat of shy high school teacher George Camel. As the number of victims sharply ... See full summary »
Rudolph II, the Holy Roman Emperor, does not have a simple life. And yet he manages to complicate it even more with his frequent outbursts of anger. While he searches for a mythical Golem, ... See full summary »
Motto: "Everybody has a reason sometimes not to tell the truth". Each of the protagonists of the thirteen episodes of the Innocent Lies series has personal reasons not to tell the truth. And each time we understand them, and what's more - we believe them. Because it's us who's in their shoes. But supposing a small, intimate and seemingly innocent lie swells up, assumes unforeseeable dimensions, and seizes the opportunity for turning our life inside out? Though telling the personal stories of individuals, the episodes concern topical social phenomena, such as new family patterns, the power of the media, economic crisis or false accusation of sexual abuse. Written by